Joshua Martin
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I am 16 I want to start shaving.

Started this discussion. Last reply by JonEdanger Oct 8, 2012. 16 Replies

I already have a lot of facial hair for a guy my age.Continue

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Manliest movies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ruben Cardenas Dec 10, 2012. 49 Replies

I know there is already a post on the blog but I want to see what you guys have to say.Continue

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Ruben Cardenas replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Ben-ur, Life Is Beautiful (especially when you take into account the persistence of the way he pursued the woman he'd marry and also his courage and humor and love for his wife and son), The Grey, and Batman Begins."
Dec 10, 2012
Daniel G. replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"So many...Lord of the Rings, Gladiator, Braveheart, Kingdom of Heaven, Tombstone, Open Range, The Untouchables......"
Dec 10, 2012
Nicholas Flatoff replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Just finished the last Band of Brothers episode last night. Pretty manly, but everything's manly about WWII (even the women). Otherwise there's Delicatessen, which is manly in a completely different way. Some might think…"
Dec 5, 2012
Jeffre Pawlack replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Favorite manly movies   Gettysburg It's a Wonderful Life Master and Commander Kingdom of Heaven Last Samurai A Good Year Patton Saving Private Ryan Apollo 13 Forrest Gump  "
Dec 5, 2012
Sir Dylan replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION.    over and out"
Dec 5, 2012
swmnguy replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
""Shackleton" was great.  I'd never heard of him.  Now I've read a few books and my admiration for the guy only increases.  He had his flaws, but man.  To get into such a disaster and get all his guys out…"
Dec 4, 2012
Jack Bauer replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"I get that you don't like it.  You've still been pretty vague.  What specifically do you find unmanly about it?  Is it just that anything you don't like is inherently unmanly? JB"
Dec 4, 2012
Harry P Flashman replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Good call on "Shackleton". Great TV... "
Dec 4, 2012
Mr Robert C. Irwin replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"A bridge too far"
Dec 4, 2012
Harry P Flashman replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Lets just say that I find the whole movie so utterly shitty in every detail that I cant see anything that lifts it out as especially manly. Perhaps with the exception that being hanged, drawn and quartered would be a "manly" way to go. ;) "
Dec 4, 2012
Jack Bauer replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Who said you had to like it?  The question was about "manly" movies.  You said there was "no chance" Braveheart qualified.  Too black-and-white to be manly?  I don't get it. JB"
Dec 4, 2012
Harry P Flashman replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Dunno, I just dont like it very much, to black and white or some such notion. Master and Commander are a great historic, manly flick."
Dec 4, 2012
Matthew DeMent replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"I Know there was a blanket statement for the Duke, but i would like to point out 3 that I personally think qualify as man's man movies. 1: The Sands of Iwo Jima (Sgt. Stryker is an Icon. What a lot of men strive to be as a military man.) 2: The…"
Dec 4, 2012
Margie replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"lol. good one, JB."
Dec 4, 2012
Jack Bauer replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"Why not Braveheart?   Rambo qualifies.  First Blood is definitely a more in depth movie than the other three ... but all four are definitely guys-guy movies.  Blood.  Sacrifice.  Honor.  Really cool weapons.   JB"
Dec 4, 2012
Harry P Flashman replied to Joshua Martin's discussion Manliest movies
"The first Rocky definitely, undecided on  Rambo. Braveheart, no chance."
Dec 4, 2012

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